AllerGen trainee Dr. Natalia Mykhaylova has been selected as one of six finalists in the Scientific and Technology Innovation category for the Lieutenant Governor’s Visionaries Prize.
The prize was created to give Ontario’s most creative thinkers a platform for tackling challenges that Ontarians will face over the next 50 years. The prize gives contestants a chance to present their findings to a panel of the province’s top thought leaders.
Dr. Mykhaylova completed her PhD in Chemical Engineering at the University of Toronto. Her current work focuses on the development of novel devices and adaptable wireless networks for monitoring air pollution.
The Visionaries Prize reception for Scientific and Technological Innovation will be held in Toronto on October 2nd, 2017, at the Isabel Bader Theatre.